The result of the elections in Netherlands should be interpreted in its proper context so as not to be misunderstood.
It is true that the Dutch electorate, which is traditionally tolerant, rejected the far-right’s proposals for division and religious hatred.
It is also true that Dutch voters reinforced the European commitment of their country and their support for the European Idea.
However, it is necessary to consider some very important facts that played a key role in the vote in favour of...

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